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Autumn Websites

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Autumn Facts for Kids Don’t “Leaf” Out Fall’s Most Valuable Lesson EEK! A Tree’s True Color Fall Bucket List For Families Printable Fall Crafts, Decorations, and Printouts Fall Books & Short Stories For Kids about Autumn Primary Games’ Fall Fun Science Made Simple: Why Do Leaves Change Color in Fall? Why Leaves Change Color Click for an updated list Copyright ©2023 – All rights reserved.

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More States Are Screening for Dyslexia. We Need a Plan for What Happens Next.

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Researchers estimate that dyslexia affects one in five individuals. Yet, it is often misdiagnosed or missed entirely. Even more common than a misdiagnosis is the likelihood that a student with dyslexia will find themself in a classroom without the resources to become a successful reader. In fact, according to the International Dyslexia Association , only about 5 percent of students who have dyslexia are properly identified and given support.

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Why Every School Needs an AI Policy Right Now (Part 1)

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From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter With so many things grabbing the attention of administrators, AI seems to be taking a back seat in the minds of many. But why? Is this a problem we need to care about or talk about? The US Office of Educational Technology says, “Everyone in education has a responsibility to harness the good to serve educational priorities while also protecting against the dangers that may arise as a result of AI being integrated in e

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Empowering Minds through Coding and Innovation


CC-BY, provided by the author The fourth-grade students of Silla Primary School at the Comprehensive Institute La Giustiniana in Rome had an exciting opportunity to extend their education beyond the regular school term. They participated in a captivating project named “Coding ergo sum”, centred on coding activities. CC-BY The focus of this project was to support the children in developing critical thinking and nurturing their creativity.

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Harnessing The Power Of Math Manipulatives

Mathematics, a subject steeped in abstract concepts, often poses challenges to students, especially those in grades 5-10. But imagine a bridge that transformed this intricate maze into an interactive adventure.

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Silicon - Powering Our World


Newnan, GA Modern technology, including the device you're using now, wouldn’t exist without silicon! Silicon is an amazing element that plays a vital role in our daily lives. It's found in many places, and its unique qualities make it essential in different fields. In this article, we'll explore the fascinating world of silicon, its properties, uses, and importance in modern society.

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Social Media: A War Against Attention


Fremont, CA As fast-paced, ever-changing content takes the world by storm, a war against attention is being waged. It is safe to say that the internet and social media is a rudimentary part of life for the young generations today. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recorded the average screen time for individuals aged 8-18 in 2018, to be a staggering 7.5 hours.